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Exploring the Kabukicho area in Shinjuku, you may or may not notice an interesting sight if you look up. Peering over the wall is the giant Godzilla head that has become a popular stop for many tourists. Situated over the Toho Cinemas movie theater, the company that released the very first Godzilla movie, the cult classic has been a mainstay in Japanese culture since its introduction. Now he’s back in town for all visitors to enjoy the one of a kind photo opportunity that can not be found anywhere else. In fact, it is also known to bark at a certain time. Even if you are not a Godzilla fan, you can enjoy the moment of excitement.
Godzilla barks every hour from 12:00 to 20:00.Godzilla barks 9 times daily. When the barking time comes, that Godzilla music will be played. And Godzilla barks with the sound of the storm.Shortly after Godzilla begins to bark, it spits out a beam with white smoke.
In conjunction with Godzilla’s visit, Café Terrace Bonjour offers a cake set with Godzilla chocolate recreated with immaculate attention to detail. The skin is shaped to match that of the actual character as well as the eyes, a food item well worthy of taking a picture of. Fittingly, the café is located right next to Godzilla’s head, allowing for guests to relax and enjoy some food while hanging out with Godzilla. It is the perfect layout for the perfect photo op to share with your friends and family.
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